Top Ten Humorous Fictional Book Titles and Their Authors
The Top Ten
Includes Q&A with 26 guys and gals named Bobby:).
Musta been the Lick O' The Irish:).
Edited by Cal Q. Leighton.
"Edited by Cal Q. Leighton"... Very clever! :). - Britgirl
Comes with free portrait. Perfect for that loft apartment.
Brassiere artillery courtesy of Stick'em Up, Ltd.
Must be Flemish.
Haha this is great. Not at all flaccid. It woke up my wilting mood and raised a huge laugh! :D - Britgirl
Forward by Dick Hertz. Expert consultation by Drs. Dewey, Fleecem and Howe.
Hmm... Maybe s'not so dull for the ol' gal, after all:)).
Go 'head. Take a guess. It's Kato speculate.
Ya know...you're much too good at this :). - Britgirl
You covered almost everything, you clever, witty genius, you - covered everything except his head. He still has snow of the roof. Probably why the fires have gone out that was once the first furious flames of marriage :). - Britgirl
On a scale of one to ten, the guy's a flake. Head and shoulders above the rest. Snows in July. Brings the confetti to the weddin'. His cloud shows up on radar. He's a walkin' particle beam. A regular crop-duster. Scratches like a hound, coats everything around.(I ferget anything? :).
Hadda mumble this three times 'fore it hit. Sweet! (relatively speakin':)).
From the land of perpetual eruption.
A long...story with a big, pulsating end? - Britgirl
Originally titled, Voyage to the Bottom of the Bottom. A climactic story about a steely tube full of seamen, christened NaughtyLass.
Lawdy, lawd! Take couple jugs (o' shine) t'take the bite out that sucka:).
How provincial of me. Meant "queue." Truly embarrassin'.
"We know our blustering claims seem iffy, but warrant this potion will give ye a stiffy."
Haha broken promises..
.ah...first time for...everything :). - Britgirl
Funny. Always thought that was what a woman really wanted in a woman:).